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On this episode of Truf Bros. Radio our guest will be Erotic Fiction Author La Drama Princess. She will be discussing her books, what inspires her to write her stories, her love life, relationships, fantasy sex and love. You can bet this will be a HOT show. So be sure to tune in Monday while The Truf Bros. have an evening with La Drama Princess
On this episode of Truf Bros. Radio our guest will be Erotic Fiction Author La Drama Princess. She wil be discussing her books, what inspires her to write her stories, her love life, relationships, fantasy sex and love. You can bet this will be a HOT show. So be sure to tune in Mondayas The Truf Bros. have an evening with La Drama Princess
In love with writing a chilling murder mystery, B. Berry is the author of several books across genres including that which brings American history into the mix reminiscent of a good book by any black author at large in years past Sometimes writing under the name Barbara Grovner, B. Berry has written a peculiar novel set in the time of the Black Movement of the 1960's, Clothesline Blues. Bloody Sunday is the backdrop of this book as two women quietly riot in their own movement in their backyard. In her books, Barbara Grovner takes a whole lot of plot and turns it into its own diversity campaign for better characters and storylines that don't blend in added with some cold twists. This Florida author is trying everything possible in her writing for a job lauded as well done in the literary community. B. Berry's book Cold Crazy is the first in the Cold series.
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Winner of the Chicago 48 Hour Film Project for script writing, William Hayashi is the author of the Darkside Trilogy in The Dark Side Universe which involves two trilogies with the seventh book an epic with books releasing every year:
"Discovery is the first installment of the story of a community of African Americans who beat Neil Armstrong to the moon and reside there for four decades before being discovered by those living on earth. Volume one of the trilogy, an engaging story, tells of how the United States of America makes this historic discovery and what happens in this country as a result."
William is the Friday night host of Black Science Fiction Society, The Genesis Science Fiction Radio series.
Read the first four chapters of Discovery
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Giant cockroaches have taken over the earth! Zombies are being pimped for their wares, unawares! Oh, and it gets darker, people! Tune in to the show to hear Don Miskel read an excerpt from his book Dead Assets and more. After it's over you may find yourself looking over your shoulder and questioning normalcy.
Stating himself his sense of humor is twisted, Don Miskel involves the same twists in his writings. Find Don Miskel's work in several anthologies, and on his blog which covers multiple speculative fiction sub-generes.
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Palessa is the author of Unchained Hearts (Baxter Family Saga Book 1). This book in the series is free on Amazon December 12th and 13th, 2014. Palessa is from the Carribean, but grew up in Miami, FL.
"After some fits and starts, the Baxter Family Saga was born. Unchained Hearts is Palessa's first published fiction book with Beau Coup Publishing. She considers herself just a storyteller that sees no reason to shy away from the juicier romantic elements. She currently lives in the mountains of Jamaica with her crazy, cracker-munching-mutt Ivy and a farm, primarily managed by agribusiness partner, also known as Dad."
Some of her favorites are A Tale of Two Cities, Their Eyes Were Watching God, The Great Gatsby, and others.
Palessa's books on Amazon
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Sheree L. Greer is a writer of lesbian fiction and short story teller. Her work has appeared in several compilations including Windy City Queer: LBGQT Dispatches from the Third Coast. Heading several writing workshops to help writers who want to grow their skill and technique, Sheree L. Greer covers marketing and publishing and especially storytelling and all the minor details involved in getting a perfect story, especially a short one. A community activist and author of Let The Lover Be and Once and Future Lovers, Sheree lets us into her life of writing and some of what we probably didn't know she wrote.
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Urban fiction author and children’s writer Niki Jilvontae talks candidly about how hard living in her youth in the southern city nicknamed First 48, Memphis, TN has impacted her writing. Niki credits a family member as the force behind her drive to write, teaching Niki, how words can heal when your environment is hurting you. Niki Jilvontae takes her writing into the pain of urban life and shows how misguidance can take you into the most dangerous places in her book, A Long Way From Home. An advocate for autism, she applies her experiences to fiction for children.
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On this episode, lesbian fiction, romance, paranormal, and young adult author Fiona Zedde reads from her book Dreaming in Color, which was penned as Fiona Lewis. Fiona has written a young adult book covering issues which many teens go through rather than taking the fantasy young adult route with this one, divorce and accepting one parent's alternative lifestyle. Fiona Zedde's work has appeared in several anthologies and she is often on the road engaging audiences in book discussions and various speaking events. Listen to this author with many pen names who writes about many of your favorite topics.
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THEME:LA DEMOCRATIE EST ELLE POSSIBLE EN AFRIQUE?
Who is the Laughing Black Vampire? Steven Van Patten visits us this episode to tell us everything about him. Having worked on some of your favorite TV shows over the years on HBO, MTV, BET, and FuseTV, Steven Van Patten channels his creativity into literary. A world traveler and lifetime member of the horror flick fan club, Steven noticed the lack of diversity in the genre and parlayed his interests in the antebellum American South and African and Japanese influences into his books in the horror novel series, Brookwater’s Curse. In this episode Steven Van Patten teaches us how he inflates all of his books with all the thrills with historical reference, sexiness, and justice.
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